Everlaw for Early
Investigate data early on in the discovery process to identify critical insights, evaluate risk, and reduce cost.
The most interactive solution for Early Case Assessment (ECA)
Collect and process vast quantities of data quickly and easily, then reduce review scope by leveraging Everlaw’s data visualization tools, running searches, and creating search term reports.See our G2 Reviews
A Single Unified Platform for ECA and Review
Minimize total cost of ownership through significant cost savings. Narrow the scope of review to reduce cost and mitigate risk.
Streamline workflows from efficient culling to accelerated document review on Everlaw’s integrated platform. Reduce or eliminate the need to export data to other processing or review platforms.
Gain Insights Earlier
Easily identify and assess risk exposure early on in a matter. Understand the data at hand without manual review.
Comprehensive Early Case Assessment
Next-Level Early Case Assessment
Studies have suggested that data volumes worldwide are doubling every two years. Without a way to reduce the incoming data volumes within ediscovery, costs will spiral out of control. Find out how early case assessment (ECA) can play a critical role in reducing data volumes.
What is Early Case Assessment?
Without a way to reduce massive data volumes during the ediscovery process, legal teams can see workflows and costs quickly spiral out of control. However, early case assessment (ECA) through the use of ediscovery software solutions can provide a “preliminary walk-through” of electronically stored information (ESI). ECA can play a critical role in decreasing data
by Christina Ling February 25, 2021
Early Case Assessment on Everlaw
The increase in the size and volume of collections coupled with shrinking budgets due to the global pandemic means that value and cost savings are top of mind for legal departments and their clients for modern discovery projects. Legal teams are seeking workflows and pricing models that allow for cost control while still accommodating comprehensive
by Christina Ling March 2, 2021